is owned and operated by Camp Blanding..
is the museum foundation. It is chartered by the State of Florida as a Not-For-Profit Corporation. Its mission is to aid the Florida National Guard in developing, operating and promoting the Camp Blanding Museum by providing volunteers and financial assistance.
houses a colorful collection of weapons (U.S. and foreign). a refurbished World War II barracks, houses a colorful collection of weapons, photo exhibits, mannequins in uniform, and other artifacts. These exhibits tell the story of Camp Blanding, the units that trained there, and the surrounding area during World War II.
is a large military memorabilia exhibition area surrounding a lagoon and containing monuments honoring nine Army Infantry Divisions and the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, all of whom trained at Camp Blanding. Other monuments honor recipients of the Medal of Honor, Purple Heart and former Prisoners of War. There is also a spacious picnic area.
"I had a wonderful time at the museum! Great place to learn alot and bring the kids to show them a piece of history!"
"I loved the Memorial Park, Keep up the great work!"